The Merry Wives of Windsor

Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Dangerous Liaisons)

The Triumph of Love

Life of Galileo

The Importance of Being Earnest

Julius Caesar

As You Like It

The Importance of Being Earnest
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Tamara Harvey

September 6-October 2

Caralyn Kozlowski, Steve Wilson, Jane Altman and Elena Shaddow. Photo © Gerry Goodstein.
Caralyn Kozlowski as Gwendolen, Steve Wilson as Algernon, Jane Altman as Lady Bracknell and Elena Shaddow as Cecily. Photo © Gerry Goodstein.

"The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey enlivens late summer with a production that boasts considerable grace and style. Zest and flair abound!"



This wildly witty and ever-popular classic weaves a hilariously tangled web of alter egos and mistaken identities. John Worthing leads a double life as "Ernest" while in London and "Jack" in the country, which causes comical confusion when he tries to woo the lovely Gwendolen. The mayhem multiplies when Algernon also adopts the alias "Ernest," and sets out to visit Cecily at Jack's country home. The tables quickly turn on these mischievous young men as their bachelorhood slips and their aliases are stripped, despite the duo's best efforts!

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The art exhibition and sale, Shakespeare's Flowers, ran concurrently with The Importance of Being the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre.



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